My Goslingeal blog entry

For English class last year, I had to make up 10 new words with suffixes, prefixes, and roots derived from a list of Latin and Greek roots. Honestly, I'm not sure exactly what they were trying to teach us in this assignment. But I gave it a shot, and I made up some pretty funny... Continue Reading →

Christmas wrapping tip!

Quick post today: Who says that wrapping presents isn't fun? My dog would disagree with you. Because I just discovered a useful tip for you to remember when you next run out of wrapping paper. Save the empty roll! Dogs love to play with them. My puppy is throughly addicted to it! My bundle of... Continue Reading →

The Genius of Rudolph: A Twelve-Year-Old’s Perspective

There’s a bloodbath this Christmas. At the center of the flock of vultures, the Christmas movie Rudolph the Red Nosed Reindeer is being torn to shreds for being “sexist,” “homophobic,” “racist,” “offensive,” and all-around politically incorrect. I’m twelve. I’m likely closer to the Santa mythos than anyone reading this article. And I think it’s about time someone my... Continue Reading →

Eleventh day of Puppy!

To mark my Eleventh day of puppy as I count down to my puppy's birthday, here is my haiku: Lap-size: A Haiku by Shannon Germaine Long for the old days She fit right on my lap... now Fifty pounds of love

Ninth day of Puppy!

This picture was taken when I first met my puppy. For the ninth day of puppy for my countdown to my puppy's first birthday, here is my haiku: My sweetie puppy Such a lovebug on my lap My heart overflows

Seventh day of Puppy!

To mark the Seventh day of Puppy for my countdown to my puppy's first birthday, I might as well give you another haiku: Hidey-hole Pup: A haiku by Shannon Germaine My silly puppy Hide-and-seek in furniture Never liked her crate

Sixth day of Puppy!

I can't believe it's halfway to my pup's birthday! For the sixth day of puppy for my countdown to her first birthday, here's today's haiku. Lawn Lover: A haiku by Shannon Germaine My sleepy puppy Loves the smell of fresh-cut grass Lazy on the lawn  

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